I’m so excited…tomorrow we are flying into Savannah and heading to Tybee Island where we’ll be staying at a beach house all next week! It’s going to be a big family affair (cousins for Wesley to play with!) AND we’re staying at a home recently renovated by none other than Jane Coslick, so you know it’s going to be fabulous! I mean, just look at this house above…isn’t it the cutest thing ever?! Coral Cottage is another one of Jane’s transformations, photographed by Kim Cornelison and styled by Elizabeth Beeler for a feature in HGTV magazine! Don’t you love the 1950s Westinghouse electric range?! It was original to the house–they just had an auto detailer spray paint it blue! The creative cottage owner Vicky has a blog where you can see more of this and their other cottage restoration projects, and of course visit Jane’s blog for more too! And like many of my favorite Tybee cottages, this one is available for rent…more info on that here!
Buoyant Blue by Sherwin-Williams
I’ll have guest bloggers on next week with some great turquoise spaces for y’all (practicing my southern lingo), but if you want to see what I’m up to on Tybee, be sure to follow me on Instagram!
Before I sign off, I wanted to share with you Wesley’s monthly chair photo! I still cannot believe he is ONE!
Have a great weekend enjoying this last bit of summer!! 🙂
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I am completely enchanted by the cottages redone by Jane Coslick at Tybee Island. You are going to have a wonderful week and can't wait to hear all about it and see the great pictures!! Enjoy…
Decorar é preciso says
What a beautiful decoration. The colors perfectly dropped into the environment.
Love the range! Love pics of Wesley! My granddaughter Turned one yesterday! Enjoy Tybee!
تحميل برامج مجانية says
nice pic, thenx
my husband grew up in savannah..and i lived there for three years before moving to atlanta! tybee is amazing! you will have a blast!!!
Is there any chance you can tell me what is the name of that bright floral fabric used in the master bedroom?
Enjoy! We're in Amelia Island just south of Tybee! It's HOT and HUMID 🙂 Love that window pane artwork! If you go into Savannah, Dixie Delights blog has tons of antiquing and shopping and lunching ideas!
I was wondering if you could provide product info on the twin bed room? Thank you.